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Page B-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 13, 2014 SPORTS CALENDAR THURSDAY North Mason boys' and girls' golf vs. Kingston at 3 p.m. at [akeLand Village G01f Course. FRIDAY Shelton varsity and ju- nior varsity fastpitch at 4 p.m. at River Ridge. North Mason junior var- sity and varsity baseball at 4 p.m. at Central Kitsap. SATURDAY North Mason varsity boys' soccer at 11 a.m. at North Kitsap. Sheiton boys' rugby vs. Parkland Warriors at 1 p.m. at Washington High School in Tacoma. Shelton varsity fastpitch at 2 p.m. at Tumwater Var- sky Jamboree at Regional Athletic Complex in Lacey. North Mason varsity baseball vs. Napavine at 2 p.m. SUNDAY Shelton girls' rugby vs. Kent Crusaders at 1 p.m. at Washington High School in Tacoma. MONDAY Sheiton junior varsity boys' soccer at 3:30 p.m. at Gig Harbor. Sheiton girls' tennis vs. North Mason at 3:30 p.m. Mason County Jamboree for track and field at 3:30 p.m. at Highclimber Sta- dium. Sheiton junior varsity baseball vs. North Mason at 4 p.m. North Mason varsity baseball vs. Shelton at 4 p.m. North Mason varsity and junior varsity fastpitch vs. Elma at 4 p.m. at Ven- tron Field. Shelton varsity boys' soccer at 5:15 p.m. at Gig Harbor. TUESDAY North Mason boys' soc- cer at Kingston. Time to be determined. Sheiton boys' golf vs. Olympic at 2:45 p.m. at Alderbrook Golf Course. Shelton varsity baseball vs. Bremerton at 4 p.m. Sheiton varsity fastpitch vs. Bremerton at 4 p.m. at Mason County Recreation Area (MCRA). Sheiton junior varsity fastpitch at 4 p.m. at Li- ons Field in Bremerton. Shelton junior varsity baseball at 4 p.m. at Lions Field in Bremerton. North Mason girls' tennis at 4 p.m. at Sequim. WEDNESDAY North Mason junior var- sity baseball at 4:15 p.m. at North Kitsap. North Mason junior var- sity fastpitch at 4:15 p.m. at North Kitsap. North Mason varsity baseball vs. North Kitsap at 4:15 p.m. North Mason varsity fastpitch vs. North Kitsap at 4:15 p.m. Sheiton junior varsity boys' soccer at 5 p.m. at PREP ROUNDUP Lincoln. Shelton varsity boys' soccer at 7 p.m. at Lin- coln. MARCH 20 North Mason varsity boys' soccer vs. Port An- geles at Civic Stadium in Port Angeles. Time to be determined. Shelton boys' golf vs. Bellarmine at 2:45 p.m. at Alderbrook Golf Course. North Mason boys' and girls' golf vs. North Kitsap at 3 p.m. at [ake[ and Vil- lage Golf Course. Shelton girls' golf vs. Bellarmine at 3:15 p.m. at Alderbrook Golf Course. Shelton girls' tennis at 3:30 p,m. at Capital. Shelton track and field vs. Capital and North Thurston at 3:30 p.m. at South Sound Stadium in Lacey. Shelton junior varsity baseball vs. Stadium at 3:45 p.m. at Vassault Park in Tacoma. Shelton varsity baseball vs. Stadium at 3:45 p.m. at Heidleberg Park in Ta- coma. Sheiton varsity and ju- nior varsity fastpitch vs. Elma at 4 p.m. MCRA. North Mason girls' tennis vs. Bremerton at 4 p.m. Mary M. Knight track and field at 4 p.m. at Naselle. To submit a sports calendar item, email emily@masoncoun corn Lady Highclimbers second place at dance competition The Shelton High School dance team earned second place at a competition ear- lier this month. On March 1, Shelton competed in the military / precision category during a competition at Capital High School. "It was a great way to finish off our preliminary season," White said. The Lady Highclimbers will next per- form at the district con',petition March 15 at Kentwood High School. If they qualify, the team will go on to the state competition March 29 in Yakima. Freestyle wrestling season begins The Shelton Wrestling Club began its freestyle wrestling season with a tourna- ment Saturday in Montesano. SCOREBOARD Benny Olivas won first place with ma- jor decision victories over Joseph DeMat- teo, 12-3, and Wyatt Pankkuk, 13-7. Cole Borden finished in fourth place after four matches. He pinned Bryce Mc- Gee and Clayton Phillips. Borden lost by major decision 10-0 to Eddie Cormier and by decision 12-8 to Cam Betts. Wrestlers ages 5 to 18 are coached by Nick Stigall. Shelton grapplers get awards Several Shelton wrestlers were hon- ored at the team's banquet March 6. Among those were six who received awards voted on by the team. Rudy Mackiewicz earned most improved, while Byambasuren Delgersaikhan earned most inspirational. Team captain awards went to Gil Ra- mos and Benny Olivas. Riley Rifle and Kaitlin Woods both earned outstanding wrestler awards. Irvin Garcia was recognized as an in- dividual academic state champion, head coach Chris Lacy said. "Irvin has the highest cumulative GPA of any wrestler at his weight class for the entire state," Lacy said. Hector Andres and Kaiflin Woods re- ceived honorable mentions for the award. The Highclimbers finished their league season in second place with a 4-2 record, took third place at sub-regionals and had the most girls compete in the postseason in school history. Boys' rugby shuts out Tacoma The Shelton boys' rugby 15s team de- feated the Tacoma Tsunami 13-0 Satur- day at Oakland Bay Junior High School. "We knew Tacoma would bring us a hard hitting game because they always bring good-sized people," coach Zach Clark said. "We prepared for that by us- ing our side game. We gained about 20 yards every time we got the ball." Jake Drouyor scored Shelton's lone try, while Gordon Henry made the team's conversion kicks. Girls' rugby wins friendly match The Shelton girls' rugby 15s team won a friendly exhibition match against Yelm on Sunday, 40-25. 'relm was forced to forfeit with 0nly 12 girls on the roster," coach Zach Clark said. "We brought girls over there be- cause more than half our team is new." Four Shelton girls played on the Yelm side, with one of them scoring against Shelton. Although one of Yelm's players was 20 and a former All-American, Clark said the Shelton girls agreed to allow her to play in preparation for their upcoming match against Kent. Karli Burbridge made four tries and two conversion for Shelton, while Twana Machado made three tries. 'We had a bunch of first-years play wonderfully," Clark said. "The girls were hit hard, but kept going." Compiled by reporter Emily Hanson Wrestling Youth Shelton Wrestling Club Saturday -- Tournament at Montesano Placers: lst: Benny Olivas, 2-0. 4th: Cole Borden, 2-2. Non-placers: EliBeth Cervantes, 2-2; Caleb Ragsdale, 1-3; Roman Sti- gall, 0-2; Marshall Fosdick, 0-2; An- drew Smith, 0-2; Andrew Besaw, 0-1 RUGBY Boys' rugby March 1 -- Shelton 22, Harbour Hurricanes 0 (forfeit) Saturday -- Shelton 13, Tacoma Tsunami 0 Tries: Jake Drouyor (1) Cons: Gordon Henry (3) Girls' rugby March 2 -- Shelton 19, Rainier Plateau 5 Sunday -- Shelton 40, Yelm 25 Tries: Karli Burbridge (4); Twana Machado (3) Cons: Karli Burbridge (2)